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Welcome to Evermore Academy, where the magic is dark, the immortals are beautiful, and being human sucks. 

After spending my entire life avoiding the creatures that murdered my parents, one stupid mistake binds me to them for four years. 

My penance? Become a human shadow at the infamous Evermore Academy, finishing school for the Seelie and Unseelie fae courts. 

All I want is to keep a low profile, but on day one, I make an enemy of the most powerful fae in the academy. The Winter Prince is arrogant, cruel, and apparently also my fae keeper. Meaning, I’m in for months of torture.

But it only gets worse. Something dark and terrible looms over the academy. Humans are dying, ancient vendettas are resurfacing, and the courts are more bloodthirsty than ever.

What can one mortal girl do in a world full of gorgeous monsters?

Fight back with everything I have, and try not to fall in love in the process.

If you love reading about fated mates, enemies-to-lovers, snarky heroines, and everything fae, then buy the audiobook and fall into this magical new series that's being called Vampire Academy meets The Cruel Prince!

P.S. This full-length story may leave you with a book hangover.

P.P.S. This upper YA/NA series will eventually be four books and is intended for mature audiences. It contains cursing and steamy situations.

©2020 Audrey Grey (P)2020 Audrey Grey

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LOVE LOVE LOVE

I was not sure what to expect when I started this book, but I was hooked really fast. Fast paced, well written, Narrator was a good choice, & funny. Highly Recommend.

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  • L.j.
  • 2020-06-23

The more I heard, the more I was enthralled

Vanessa Moyen delivers quality, when I see her name as (one of) the narrator(s), I just know I can follow along without difficulties. She makes it easy to follow who’s talking and such. I love the storyline, the harshness of the Fae seems appropriate, I think that if you live this long, you’re bound to get less and less careful in your actions along the way and lose your softer, more nurturing traits since they stand out the least and repetition gets boring after a while so the more subtle things whither away first, I guess. The way the Fae came into the ordinary world and them recruiting humans for their army and/or bodyguards (called Shadows) seems plausible since Darklings can only be killed by iron and well, since that kills Fae too they need to outsource the handling of all that iron. And the whole human-turning-darkling thing feels very realistic too in a sense because of the contamination of the (dark) magic used in the war that caused the veil between those worlds to tear (or something like that) and thus more or less dropping the Fae into the ordinary world. With severe consequences; a part of the land became the Everwilde, the world of the fae (technically they’re called the Evermore), around that, on the border is the Tainted Zone, where the magic that lingers is more potent, creating a much higher risk for people to mutate into a darkling, which is not something you’re born with but a sudden change that can not be stopped, no matter your age. So the Tainted Zone is cut off from the rest of the world (and it’s resources), making it a very dystopian area where you need to scavenge, forage and steal to feed your family. Everybody near the border of Everwilde knows to stay away from there because fae can be cruel. But one day, after a failed attempt to get some food for her family, Summer has no other option than to flee into the Everwilde, a decision that will have an immense impact on Summer’s life. Caught steeling apples, she is sentenced to attend the Evermore Academy, where humans learn to become Shadows, a sort of bodyguard and soldier for their fae master. And thus begins Summer’s 4 years of Evermore Academy. I loved it (although a part of the ending wasn’t exactly a big surprise, there were many little hints in that direction but that did not diminish reading -or rather listening in my case- this lovely story) and I am waiting very patiently (🤥) for book 2: Evermore Academy: Spring to come out in audiobook so I get to know what happens next!

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  • S. Cole
  • 2020-04-08

Amazing Evermore!

This book is FANTASTIC! I love this book. Fae, disception, romance, jealousy, and power, and a Winter Fae Prince, what more can you ask for? I can't wait for book 2 year of Spring.

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  • hetalp
  • 2020-03-28

Winter is coming ...and you're gonna like it!

- No spoilers - What a reveal that end was!! Everything hit the fan so fast! I mean you know part of it was coming based on clues sprinkled throughout the book, but dang, the carry though was flawless. It has been SO long since I've read a book that kept me up all night. Yep. I'm writing this at 4:36 am because feelings. I love paranormal academy books, I just wasn't expecting the amount of swoon in this book. And oh boy does that cover make sense, but not in a way you'll guess. Muahaha. You get to meet so many great characters. The girl power is strong in this book as everlasting friendships are created. But like obviously, what academy book would be complete without the drams? There's a female rival biotch. Don't you guys worry. All I can say is, this book. PULLED me in head first. I first listened to the audiobook and then read the book right after. The audiobook narrator is great with emotions , but does make our main girl Summer sound much younger than she is. But that may just be my opinion. *Shrugs* Regardless of which mode of storytelling you prefer, I highly recommend this for lovers of academy stories and broody mc broody pants romantic partners.

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  • purpleshadowhunter
  • 2020-06-18

Intriguing Academy Adventure

Absolutely drawn in by this story! It starts off a little slow but once it takes off,I didn't want it to end! I'm thankful the author did not leave us with a cliffhanger but I'm definitely anxiously awaiting the next installment to this story! This is by far my favorite Academy series!

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  • Natasha
  • 2020-05-13

Even my husband got into it

It's not secret that I love Audrey's writing and am obsessed with all her books so I didn't believe this book could get any better...and then I heard it narrated by one of my favorites and suddenly my whole world is shook. Even my husband got right into it. He happened to be around for a couple hours of listening to part of it and was taking about it days later. We may have to organize times to listen to it together again so he can get the whole story 😂 He doesn't care for audiobooks (for shame!) so that's a huge recommendation. For real, you have to listen to this and fall in love with this world as much as we did!

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  • Jaclyn679
  • 2020-03-15

Amazing!

Ok, Audrey Grey is becoming one of my absolute favorite authors! This book was a phenomenal listen! I loved how creative and unique the story was. It took an entirely different spin on an “academy” and was absolutely amazing. The characters were so rich and vibrant. I loved how cheeky the heroine was and her perspective on things that happened made her really relatable. I thought the way the story just flowed and twisted was perfect, and I had to complete it in a single sitting. I also appreciated the length. It wasn’t just a quick 5 hour listen, but had depth.

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  • HappyCow
  • 2020-10-18

Ruby is my spirit animal

I allowed myself to cast questions aside in favor of just enjoying the story which felt very much like a cross between Harry Potter and Vampire Academy. Teenagers will be able to related to the main character. However the premise is a little questionable considering the fairies appear to be much stronger in combat than their supposed guardians. There's a lot of questions left unanswered. It seems weird that modern weaponry hasn't been developed that's safe for supernatural beings to use. Also if the fairies have a weakness, it doesn't explain why humans haven't gone on a rampage to wipe them all out and reclaim their land... in America of all places. It's not a bad story but I didn't find anything particularly grabbing about it to keep my interest. The narrator isn't the best at conveying emotions. She seems nonchalant about intense moments and doesn't express anger where their should be. The voices she uses for different characters are fine.

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  • S Rodriguez
  • 2020-05-01

Thoroughly enjoyed the story and the performance

As soon as I finished this, I ran to Amazon to see if the next book was out yet. Really enjoyed this and look forward to the next one!

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  • Brooke
  • 2020-11-13

Love it

I really enjoyed the story and the narrator - she's one of my favorites.

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  • Anthony Brown
  • 2020-04-10

Good start

Good read, story bit fast, funny, I want it longer, wait for book part 2, GGEZ

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